Phu Vinh Bamboo and Rattan Village

Phu Vinh Bamboo and Rattan Village

(VOVWORLD) - 417-year-old Phu Vinh village in Chuong My District, 25km west of the center of Hanoi, is famous for its sophisticated bamboo and rattan products
Van Lam embroidery and lace village

Van Lam embroidery and lace village

(VOVWORLD) - Van Lam village in Ninh Binh province is one of the most famous embroidery craft villages in Vietnam. Its products are popular with consumers here and abroad
Phu Luu village in Bac Ninh province

Phu Luu village in Bac Ninh province

(VOVworld) - Phu Luu, a village in Bac Ninh province, is famous for trading betel and areca, which used to be a specialty of the Vietnamese. Also known as Giau village or Giau market...
Bac Kan focuses on building new rural areas

Bac Kan focuses on building new rural areas

(VOVworld) – Bac Kan province hopes to have four communes recognized as new-style rural areas in 2016. To reach the goal, localities are focusing on developing infrastructure and production while...
Developing coffee zones in Dak Lak province

Developing coffee zones in Dak Lak province

(VOVworld) – Producing coffee sustainably has benefited many farm households in Cu M’gar district, Dak Lak province. More than 30 cooperatives and clubs following a sustainable coffee production model have been set up in the district,...
Adaptation of shrimp farming to climate change

Adaptation of shrimp farming to climate change

(VOVworld) - The Mekong Delta is Vietnam’s largest shrimp farming area, accounting for 94% of the total raising area and 81% of the shrimp production. Currently, the region’s aquaculture is facing...
Mekong Delta farmers adapt to no-flood season

Mekong Delta farmers adapt to no-flood season

(VOVworld) – In recent years, the lives of farmers in the Mekong River Delta who depend on the rising-water season have been impacted by saline intrusion, depleted soil, and the exhaustion...
Son La farmers develop Yen Chau mango brand

Son La farmers develop Yen Chau mango brand

(VOVworld) - The National Office of Intellectual Property of Vietnam has issued a certificate of geographic origin for Yen Chau mangoes in the three communes of Chieng Pan, Vieng Lan, and Sap Vat in Son La Province...